One of the leading voices on the North American media and television scene, Bill has worked as a Columnist for The Toronto Sun, Senior Editor at TV Guide in Toronto and Los Angeles, and for over a decade as a weekly contributor to The Canadian Press.
A noted industry moderator, Bill has directed session content for the international television marketplace MIPCOM in Cannes, the Banff World Media Festival, The Canadian International Television Festival, Prime Time in Ottawa, the Toronto Jewish Film Festival and the Broadcast Research Council of Canada.
His insight into television events have been seen and heard on several national and regional broadcast outlets, including CBC’s The National, CTV News Channel, CHCH and many radio stations across Canada. Bill’s exclusive reviews and features can be also be found daily at his blog, brioux.tv. Now marking its 11th year, Bill’s digital home has earned trust and reputation for outspoken critical writing and breaking news.
As a senior member of the TCA (Television Critics Association of North America), Bill continues to build strong dialogue with leading newsmakers and influencers from content groups around the world.
Currently, Bill is building an advisory board for his TV on Film Project, an initiative to preserve, share, and celebrate Canada’s TV heritage. He can also be found among the critical voices contributing to “Television Finales: From Howdy Doody to Girls,” available now from Syracuse University Press.